Enhancing optimal colors for precise picture quality, BenQ CinematicColor™ technology reach American film industry’s super wide DCI-P3 color space, covering far greater visible spectrum than Rec. 709. With DCI-P3, BenQ Cinema Projector perfectly reproduces authentic cinematic quality with wide and precise color accuracy as how the directors have originally envisioned.
There are mainly two kinds of 4K projectors: true 4K projectors and enhanced 4K projectors. Both of these play 4K content, but there is a difference. True 4K is 8.3 megapixels, and is considered as showing true 4K resolution by using a DLP 4K UHD chipset with advanced image processing, ensuring incredibly fast pixel switching speed. Enhanced 4K mainly refers to a more limited and slower version of pixel shifting technology, which mostly shows 2K resolution, or 4.1 megapixels, but fired twice to seemingly show 8.3 megapixels on the screen.
4.1 Million Pixels
8.3 Million Pixels
Optimized for 4K projection, BenQ’s exclusive HDR-PRO technology enhances the 4K HDR viewing experience via Active Iris and Dynamic Black™ technologies, supporting HDR10 & HLG for both Blu-ray movie or streaming content. Coupled with Super-high resolution 10-element lens structure for ultimate 4K resolution.